Glowhorn, a virtual marketing and web design agency, is seeking a U.S.-based, Web/Graphic Designer. We are seeking a creative individual, who can connect the dots between project goals, website standards and beautiful design. Plus, we want an awesome team member (to work with virtually, of course). This is a contracted position suited for an independent soul with strong website design skills wanting to work on Glowhorn projects. No agency applications, please.
What you’ll be doing:
-Creating primarily web-based design formats (i.e. websites, email templates, social media graphics).
-Designing print-based formats (i.e. PDF ebooks, basic flyers, etc.).
Creating graphic design and basic illustration may be needed (i.e. logos, infographics)
-Connecting the dots between web design and front-end development.
-Working from home and independently. You must be self-managed and self-motivated.
-Corresponding via online Project Management portal (LiquidPlanner). --Must use/report daily on workdays.
-Little client interaction will be required though we may ask you to join for occasional calls.
Skills and Qualifications:
-Expert in Photoshop, experienced in other relevant Adobe Products (i.e Illustrator, InDesign)
-Expert in foundational principles of design (grid, color, type, etc.)
-Minimum 5 years relevant experience. More experience preferred.
-A good understanding of front-end web technologies, including HTML5 and responsive website design. You won’t be responsible for development but should understand *how* things get developed.
-Demonstrated ability to multi-task between a few clients/projects at once.
-Passion for learning about different types of businesses and the ability to get up to speed on new subject matter quickly.
Compensation: To be determined based on experience.
Estimated and Expected Time Commitment: To be determined but there is a need for a regular and dependable contractor on a week to week basis (project basis to start, with the possibility of a retainer arrangement).
To Apply: SEND YOUR PORTFOLIO for consideration, along with your resume and a paragraph or visual answering the question – Why do you love web design? No applications will be accepted without a portfolio.